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Term:cardiac pacemaker cell fate commitment
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Accession:GO:0060927 term browser browse the term
Definition:The commitment of cells to pacemaker cell fates and their capacity to differentiate into pacemaker cells. Pacemaker cells are specialized cardiomyocytes that are responsible for regulating the timing of heart contractions.
Synonyms:broad_synonym: pacemaker cell fate commitment


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Nkx2-5 NK2 homeobox 5 JBrowse link 10 16,635,989 16,638,758 RGD:1624291
RGD:1600115

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  biological_process 19439
    developmental process 6674
      cellular developmental process 4316
        cell fate commitment 287
          cardiac cell fate commitment 14
            cardiac muscle cell fate commitment 9
              cardiac pacemaker cell fate commitment 1
                atrioventricular node cell fate commitment 1
                sinoatrial node cell fate commitment 0
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  biological_process 19439
    developmental process 6674
      anatomical structure development 6139
        multicellular organism development 5606
          system development 5127
            animal organ development 3917
              heart development 682
                cardiocyte differentiation 181
                  cardiac muscle cell differentiation 146
                    cardiac muscle cell fate commitment 9
                      cardiac pacemaker cell fate commitment 1
                        atrioventricular node cell fate commitment 1
                        sinoatrial node cell fate commitment 0
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